I'm a botanist with a passion for conservation and the outdoors, and love inspiring adults and children to appreciate woods and wildlife.
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Recipes for your family picnic
Blog post By Helen Keating, 12 June 2015, Things to do outside, Recipes
Get some picnic inspiration for your next family outing with some of our family picnic recipes.
Sensory baby adventure
Blog post By Helen Keating, 10 June 2015, Things to do outside
With all their sights, sounds and textures, woodlands are the perfect sensory playground for your little one; why not try one of our activities?
We're at Hay Festival 2015
Blog post By Helen Keating, 23 April 2015, Things to see and do
We're at Hay Festival 2015. Come and explore our pop-up story book stand and discover why life's better with trees.
Our wood and Wolf Hall
Blog post By Helen Keating, 12 February 2015, Our woods, Ancient trees, Volunteering
Two of our volunteers have uncovered a fascinating link between Sir Ralph Sadler, recently made famous in the BBC’s historical drama Wolf Hall, and one of our very own woods near Bristol.
Our top woods for magical winter walks
Blog post By Helen Keating, 23 December 2014, Our woods
Experience woodland at its most wild and wintry, from a solitary stroll on a cold, crisp morning to a fun family adventure.
Spring fungi: St George's pretty head and club foot
Blog post By Helen Keating, 11 April 2014, Wildlife & nature
Most people think that autumn is the season for fungi, but spring is also a great time to look out for some of our stunning wild mushrooms. Especially after ‘April showers’.